First of all, let’s take a minute to appreciate this product for existing and enhancing the beauty of our eyes in a jiffy. You may have tried a lot of eyeliner trends because this is the year of the eyeliner – right from graphic eye to cat eye, and floating liner to  inverted liner. But today, we are going to show how to elevate your makeup game with double eyeliner looks!

There are days when you want to stay loyal to your favourite classic black liner, but also want to try that coloured liner you just bought. It’s on days like these double eyeliner comes to your rescue. Here’s all the inspiration you need!

Queen bee
 

Queen bee

Classic black and bright yellow go so well together, we couldn’t help but fall in love with this look as soon as we saw it. Create flawless winged eyeliner with your black liner and add another line of bright yellow on top. Pair it with your favourite summer floral dress and show the world how it’s done!

Bold neon
 

Bold neon

In a world full of colour, why be boring? Ditch that black eyeliner and replace it with two stunning neons. A bright orange and purple will eliminate the need to put on any other makeup product and take your eye makeup game several notches higher. While you’re at it, draw bold lines instead of thin ones to make it look edgier.

Festive glitter
 

Festive glitter

With the festive season right around the corner, we had to bring something to you that was easy and gave out major festive vibes. We never said double liner had to be on the same lid, right? So create a stunning graphic liner with the Lakme Eyeconic Liner Pen Block Tip – Black and line the lower lid with the Lakme Insta Eye Liner – Golden to ace this look.

Candylicious
 

Candylicious

Warning: Not for the faint hearted. This neon pink and white double liner is strictly for the experimentalists. It will grab a lot of eyeballs and get you a lot of attention, if you can handle it this candylicious double eyeliner look is for you!

Floating cat eye
 

Floating cat eye

You’ve heard about cat eye and floating liner but how about doing a floating cat eye? Start with a subtle chalky pink like this one and then go on to experiment with bolder shades. Create a floating liner and join it with your classic cat eye to get this look.